18 terms

Unit 7: Academic Vocabulary Building in English, Intermediate Vol. 2

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advice
a suggestion you can give about what should be done
bear
to carry something that is heavy; to accept something that is hard or painful
campaign
a plan of actions or activities that are often part of a way, politics, or business
cease
to stop doing something
dignity
the appearance of control and self-respect, even when someone is in a difficult situation
discipline
training in a set of rules for good behavior
distribute
to share something among individuals, a group, or within an organization
enforce
to require that a set of rules or decisions is obeyed
frustrate
to block someone form doing something; to feel angry or annoyed
identify
to correctly or legally show the name of something or someone
involve
to include someone or something
marked
something that is important, noticeable, or unusual
obey
to do what someone tells you to do or follow what a law or rule says you must do
rebel
to battle against someone or something who has power
reform
to change something so that it becomes better or modern
resume
to begin again or start again
retreat
to go back from a position; to escape by returning
victory
success in winning a battle, war, or competition